Here’s Why Trump Can Still Run for President After Hush-Money Conviction

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Here’s Why Trump Can Still Run for President , After Hush-Money Conviction.
Donald Trump made history on
May 30 when he became the first U.S. president to be convicted of a crime.
Donald Trump made history on
May 30 when he became the first U.S. president to be convicted of a crime.
He was found guilty on "34 felony counts of falsifying business documents" linked to hush-money paid to Stormy Daniels, NBC News reports. .
Trump will be sentenced on July 11, four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee where he is set to receive the party's presidential nomination.
But the former president barely batted an eye at the conviction, saying, "The real verdict is going to be Nov. 5 by the people.".
This was a rigged, disgraceful trial.
The real verdict is going to be Nov. 5
by the people, and they know what
happened here, and everybody
knows what happened here, Donald Trump, via statement.
I’m a very innocent man, and it’s
OK. I’m fighting for our country.
I’m fighting for our Constitution, Donald Trump, via statement.
Trump immediately used the conviction
as a means to inspire his constituents to
lend their support via money and votes. .
He can still run for president because the
criteria to do so, as stated in Article II,
Section 1 of the Constitution, is as follows:.
A candidate must be a "natural born Citizen," at least 35 years old and have lived in the U.S. for 14 years.
There are no other qualifications
other than those in the Constitution.
There's just three, Chuck Rosenberg, a former U.S. attorney and an NBC News
and MSNBC legal analyst, via statement .
There is nothing in the Constitution that says someone who's been convicted of a crime can't run for the nation's highest office.
Some analysts predict that Trump's conviction
may just be the fuel he needs to drum up unprecedented support from his ultra-MAGA army. .
Some analysts predict that Trump's conviction
may just be the fuel he needs to drum up unprecedented support from his ultra-MAGA army.

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